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Aid Workers Struggle to Cope with Syrian Refugee Influxi
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Scott Bobb
October 07, 2012 9:44 PM
Humanitarian agencies are struggling to cope with an upsurge of refugees from Syria caused primarily by aerial bombardments of the civilian population. The United Nations says the number of Syrian refugees is likely to triple to 700,000 by the end of the year. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from the Bab al-Salama refugee camp at the Turkish border in northern Syria.

Aid Workers Struggle to Cope with Syrian Refugee Influx

Scott Bobb

Published October 07, 2012

Humanitarian agencies are struggling to cope with an upsurge of refugees from Syria caused primarily by aerial bombardments of the civilian population. The United Nations says the number of Syrian refugees is likely to triple to 700,000 by the end of the year. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from the Bab al-Salama refugee camp at the Turkish border in northern Syria.


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